New literary magazine 'the other side of hope' call for submissions

New literary magazine edited by immigrants and refugees, 'the other side of hope' has opened submissions for writers from the same community.  

New literary magazine 'the other side of hope' call for submissions

'the other side of hope' are a new print and online literary magazine edited by immigrants and refugees: Hansa Dasgupta, Malka Al-Haddad, Maria Rovisco, Rubina Bala, and Olivier Llouquet.

Their purpose is to serve and celebrate refugee and immigrant communities worldwide. They are funded by Arts Council England, and supported by ArtReach and Journeys Festival International

Call for submissions

'the other side of hope' is now ready to receive submissions and welcome fiction, poetry, non-fiction, reviews, and author interviews.

To help promote and showcase writing from refugee and immigrant communities, fiction and poetry are open to refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants only.

They pay £100 per published author for the print issue and £50 for the online issue.

Submissions close on 31/07/2021. 

For further submission details, visit here.

About

"We admire, respect, and are friends with writers and poets from all walks of life. However, the other side of hope exists to serve, bring together, and celebrate the refugee and immigrant communities worldwide. To help promote and showcase writing from these communities, fiction and poetry are open to refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants only. We accept non-fiction, reviews, and interview submissions by anyone as long as the subject matter sheds light on the refugee and immigrant life."

The print issue will be published annually and online content periodically.

Where to find them? 

Twitter: OtherSideofHope 

Instagram: othersideofhope_journeys

Facebook: TheothersideJourney

Header Image Credit: The other side of hope

Author

Saskia Calliste

Saskia Calliste Voice Team

Saskia is the Deputy Editor of Voice and has worked on campaigns such as International Women’s Day, Black History Month, and Anti-Bullying Week. Outside of Voice, Saskia is a published author (Hairvolution) and has guest featured in various other publications (The Women Writers’ Handbook/ Cosmopolitan/ The Highlight). She has a BA in Creative Writing and Journalism and an MA in Publishing. She is a mentor for Women of the World Global, has guest lectured at the University of Roehampton and has led seminars/panel talks on Race, Equality and Diversity. She was a 2022 Guest Judge for Dave (TV Channel) in search of the 'Joke of the Fringe'. She is 27-years-old, based in London, and loves to cook and explore new places in her spare time.

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